about this item
The Suncast 60 Gallon Resin Wicker Storage Cube offers plenty of room to keep your outdoor seat cushions, tools, lawn decor and more. Rain or shine, this storage cube is designed to ensure your outdoor patio furniture or other outdoor lawn items stay dry and safe no matter what the season – giving you peace of mind during those intense rain or snow storms. Our storage cube features double wall resin construction ensuring it is built to last years to come, and also features a 5-year warranty. The easy maintenance and assembly coupled with the resin wall durability explains why Suncast storage boxes have been a favorite choice for many years. Access the stored items by lifting the unique latching and lockable lid – this lid when locked ensures that all of your outdoor furniture or lawn items are locked away, securely and safely, when it's not being used (lock sold separately). This box's versatile java coloring will look great paired next to nearly any patio furniture or on its own, bringing elegance to your outdoor entertaining area. The 60 gallon capacity is large enough to offer storage for outside items from tools to the ability to store 4 small patio furniture chair cushions. Measures 27.5"L x 26.75"W x 26.25"H.
Features: Square (shape)
Dimensions (Overall): 26.25 inches (H) x 26.75 inches (W) x 27.5 inches (D)
Weight: 27.0 pounds
Capacity (Volume): 60.0 gallon
Features: Hinged Top, Stay Up Lid, Handles
Assembly Details: Assembly required
Protective Qualities: Weather-resistant, Rust-resistant
Interior Depth: 24.0 inches
Interior Width: 24.0 inches
Interior Height: 24.25 inches
Warranty: 5 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 084-20-0454
most recent reviews
Doesn't fit together well & the top warped in less than a week.
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
SS — 1 year ago
Son of a gun to put together - the front piece still isn't "snapped" into place completely correctly - yes, we used a rubber mallet and all sorts of tools to get it where it is currently. Took multiple tries to get the back snapped in, the front just won't do it - the parts do not line up correctly,...see moreof the reviewer's review
Use That Rubber Mallet
5 out of 5 stars
DGW1946 — 1 year ago
For those reviews/reviewers that said things like "it doesn't snap together tightly" or "there are gaps between the panels when assembled" or "Difficult to assemble", you have to use the rubber mallet that they show on the tool list. If you don't have one, borrow one or buy a cheap one for $6 - it's...see moreof the reviewer's review
Just what I wanted!!
4 out of 5 stars
Coloradolawyer — 1 year ago
I wanted a patio storage unit that was smaller than a deck box and more attractive - this is it, dark brown, patterned walls, gas lift supported lid. It holds spray bottles for the yard, couple of buckets, lots of hand tools and the tray to hold the tools. I am very happy with it. Instructions an...see moreof the reviewer's review
Easy to assemble until you got to the hinge.
5 out of 5 stars
fpbuilder — 1 year ago
Needed more details on "hinge" assembly. They relied mostly on isometric drawings- not verbiage. Needed better definition of part or more drawings.The part was not any kind of hinge I ever saw.see moreof the reviewer's review